By G. H. R. Horsley
One of the entries and issues during this evaluate of Greek inscriptions and papyri released in 1978 are the ''good news'' of a marriage, becoming a member of the loved ones of Caesar, expiation and the cult of fellows, towns of the Revelation, credal formulation in a Christian amulet opposed to fever, divine windfall in a letter of Judas, a kinfolk feud, and Christian inscriptions from Phrygia.
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Will is a is late Fifth This fragment was originally part of chrome IW gifts, it small are the animals in proportion to the The meaning of such \ man each black-haired theme in tomb murals because it guaranteed that the deceased would continue his favorite sport in the other world. In Egvpt fish harpoon, and the man here holds one Part of the hieroglyphic inscription were speared with at a shoulder-height. that has survived explains the meaning of the scene; another part gives the name of the deceased, who was the oldest of the judges the secretary of the privy council judgment, as well as a priest The judge is ornamental in of Maat, the goddess of Truth.
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